The Guyanese was recently appointed batting consultant to the West Indies Rising Stars for their ICC Under-19 World Cup campaign and has also been attached to the coaching staff of the Guyana Jaguars in the first-class championship.
Chanderpaul to coach Jamaica Tallawahs
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Former West Indies star batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been appointed head coach of Jamaica Tallawahs for the upcoming Caribbean Premier League (CPL) campaign.
The West Indies legend, who got into coaching since retiring from an illustrious career, will have as part of his staff Sir Curtly Ambrose, with the fast bowling legend named as bowling coach.
He retired from international cricket several years ago after playing 164 Tests and 264 One-Day Internationals at 41.
Sir Curtly, meanwhile, has in the past served as a West Indies assistant coach, on the coaching staff of the Combined Campuses and Colleges and is currently attached to the Rising Stars.
The Antiguan snatched 405 wickets in 98 Tests and 225 wickets from 176 ODIs.